Paris Live – VW Amarok Ultimate

Posted on: Oct 4, 2014 - 1:17pm IST

Gets additional equipment.

Announced in June this year, the VW Amarok Ultimate enjoyed its motorshow debut at the 2014 Paris Motor Show.

VW Amarok Ultimate at the 2014 Paris Motor Show

The Amarok Ultimate is the richly equipped top-end variant whose exclusive exterior elements are the bi-xenon headlamp units with integrated LED daytime running lights. VW has now made this feature optional on all the Amarok variants.

VW Amarok Ultimate front three quarters at the 2014 Paris Motor Show

Silver wing mirror housings, underbody guards, 19-inch Aragonit alloy wheels, tinted taillights and rollover bars for the cargo bay round up the exterior highlights of the Ultimate edition.

VW Amarok Ultimate side at the 2014 Paris Motor Show

The interior gets dual-tone seats with Alcantara inserts and special floor mats. The upgraded equipment list sees the inclusion of GPS navigation, reverse parking camera, electrically foldable wing mirrors with heating function, alarm system and heated front seats.

VW Amarok Ultimate rear three quarters at the 2014 Paris Motor Show

The usual choice of TDI diesel engines with power output ranging from 138 bhp to 177 bhp are on offer, mated either to a manual or an automatic transmission, sending power to rear or all four wheels.

The Amarok is priced at 34,770 euros (around INR 26.78 lakhs).

More details are available in the press release below the gallery.

VW Amarok Ultimate at the 2014 Paris Motor Show – Image Gallery

VW Amarok Ultimate – Press Release

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2 thoughts on “Paris Live – VW Amarok Ultimate

  1. Jishnu S V says:

    Why VW do what Toyota, Ford, Nissan, Mitsubishi and Isuzu is doing. Bring in the Amarok to India and other Asian countries where the VW rivals are selling a SUV on their pick-up platform.

  2. veeru muttal says:

    we really miss the VW excitement in India..afraid that they became more conservative or we miss their aggression in India. Their products are outstanding good…their inexperience in customer’s demand in India had toght them a lesson that customers expectations are different in India than that of China. It’s time they get an SUV and a Seven seat MUV …so they can go ahead. Tristar promises an seven seat MUV. We would like to see a SUV at a Million rupee bracket.


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